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  1. #6
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    Re: Edwardian Names - Araminta, Artemisia, Aspasia, Anastasi

    Quote Originally Posted by nephele
    That's a tough one to decipher, all right. Perhaps the census taker misheard or misspelled the name that was given to him? I know that Aggeliki is a common feminine Greek name (the English equivalent being "Angelica").

    -- Nephele
    That's was often the case with the previous census but the 1911 census was written by the head of the household. I can only imagine that the husband wasn't sure how to spell the name and so just guessed.

    I do love that her mother is called Caliope
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    Artemisia Desdemona - now that is a real gem right there. I can't decide whether or not I like it, but it sure does jump out at you. Or is that just me?
    "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by it's ability to climb a tree, it will spend it's whole life believing that it is stupid." - Albert Einstein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calypsotheoneandonly View Post
    Artemisia Desdemona - now that is a real gem right there. I can't decide whether or not I like it, but it sure does jump out at you. Or is that just me?
    Yes! It definitely popped out of the list! And Anastasia Gwendoline, swoon.
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